Definition of unity:
- Any definite quantity, or aggregate of quantities or magnitudes taken as one, or for which 1 is made to stand in calculation; thus, in a table of natural sines, the radius of the circle is regarded as unity.
- Concord; harmony; conjunction; agreement; uniformity; as, a unity of proofs; unity of doctrine.
- In dramatic composition, one of the principles by which a uniform tenor of story and propriety of representation are preserved; conformity in a composition to these; in oratory, discourse, etc., the due subordination and reference of every part to the development of the leading idea or the eastablishment of the main proposition.
- Such a combination of parts as to constitute a whole, or a kind of symmetry of style and character.
- The peculiar characteristics of an estate held by several in joint tenancy.
- The state of being one; oneness.
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- cohesion (part of speech: noun)
- sameness (part of speech: noun)
- unity (part of speech: noun)
- completeness (part of speech: noun)
- "The Practice and Science Of Drawing", Harold Speed.
- "Early Letters of George Wm. Curtis", G. W. Curtis, ed. George Willis Cooke.
Dramatic unity and values in a miracle play, on the tragic side at least, were usually the direct results of the narrative; unity on a larger scale in the cycle was the unity of history or of exposition, not of the drama.- "Tragedy", Ashley H. Thorndike.